From the International Herald Tribune, "True or false: Do you want to be a German?":
Germany, though home to 23 million guest workers of Turkish origin, has been slow in grappling with the immigration question. It was only in 2000, for example, that the Parliament passed a law allowing people born in Germany of foreign parents to become citizens if they so chose, and if they met some fairly stringent criteria.
Kann mir ein Deutsch das erklaeren? Uebrigens wuerde ich den Test sicher durchfallen.